The Conveyance by Brian W Matthews

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Matthews builds slowly to the revelations of the plot. He creates convincing characters acting rationally before requiring the reader to accept the irrational.
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Beneath the calm waters and pastoral fields of Emersville, a deadly secret lurks. But when psychologist Dr. Brad Jordan stumbles upon the odd happenings in the town, he sets off a series of tragedies that threatens to expose a danger long kept hidden from the world. Relentlessly following a trail of madness, suicide, and murder, he soon finds himself confronted with a massive conspiracy, and a sinister device known as the Conveyance.

Matthews, who holds a graduate degree in psychology, draws on his vast experience as a therapist to weave a tale of abuse, betrayal, hope, and terror. The Conveyance is his third book.
 

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Published June 17, 2016 by JournalStone. 260 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jack Goodstein on Jul 25 2016

Matthews builds slowly to the revelations of the plot. He creates convincing characters acting rationally before requiring the reader to accept the irrational.

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